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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:23 am

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JUDICIARY PUBLICATION
COURTS OF SAN ANDREAS

From Judge to Justice: Two Judges Promoted to Associate Justice

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Written by: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court - On behalf of the Judiciary - Courts of San Andreas
Date Written: June 27th, 2017
Date Released: June 27th, 2017




A pair of judges from the Courts of San Andreas were jointly promoted to Associate Justice today, thus granting them sitting positions on the San Andreas Supreme Court.

In a joint decision between Alice Evans (Presiding Justice of the San Andreas Superior Court) and Harold Cheung (Presiding Justice of the San Andreas Court of Appeals) in the absence of a standing Chief Justice, Judge William Hellerstein and Judge Enrique Basurto have been promoted to the positions of Associate Justice within the Courts of San Andreas. Although judges ranked lower than Associate Justice may be temporarily ('pro tem') appointed to acting Justice positions for the purposes of hearing Supreme Court cases in the absence of available full Justices, they are not actually fully appointed to the Supreme Court yet. The full rank of Associate Justice comes with a sitting position on the Supreme Court of San Andreas.

At the rank of Associate Justice, judges are still able to take cases within the Superior Court and Court of Appeals as necessary and may also be assigned to hear Supreme Court cases on a panel. The position of Associate Justice comes with more trust, responsibility and administrative duties within the Courts of San Andreas.

As part of the decision to promote these judges, a review of their prior performance was conducted. It was determined that Justice Basurto and Justice Hellerstein have both served the Courts with distinction, overseeing a variety of cases and hearing a variety of requests and matters to include arrest/bench warrants, search warrants and more. They have also ensured that the arrest/search warrant process has been properly followed in their cases by fully reviewing the matters and ensuring that the warrant requests include sufficient cause, denying the requests if deemed necessary and ensuring that individuals maintain rights against unreasonable searches and seizures under the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. In any matter where the warrant request is denied, these judges have given reasons for the denial to include information on how the officers can better support their requests in the future and thus contributing to the development of law enforcement personnel in such matters. Their hearings and decisions have helped ensure that private individuals, government entities and public service providers are held accountable as per the laws of San Andreas. Some of their cases have helped institute standing case law within the state. Both have made contributions towards ensuring that standing law is in compliance with the Constitutions of San Andreas and the United States.

Please take the time to congratulate Justice Hellerstein and Justice Basurto on their new roles and responsibilities.

(( Both Ward (Hellerstein) and Ferocious (Basurto) have made active efforts to bring in-game roleplay to the Court system, to include hearing some cases in-game, interacting with the public and government agencies in-game, developing their characters and providing more roleplay opportunities to others such as granting them the chance at probation. They have both made active contributions towards the improvement of the Court system on IC and OOC levels. Both have prior experience in legal and illegal roleplay on a variety of previous characters such as organized crime, law enforcement and the Department of Justice. They both look to their prior experience when reviewing situations to see if new roleplay opportunities can be provided. In internal Judiciary discussions, both provide their honest input even if it goes against the majority opinion so that fully informed decisions can be made. Their contributions are truly appreciated. ))


Written and signed on behalf of the Judiciary of San Andreas,

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

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JUDICIARY PUBLICATION
COURTS OF SAN ANDREAS

Judge Hospitalized Following Attack

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Written by: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court - On behalf of the Judiciary - Courts of San Andreas
Date Written: July 19th, 2017
Date Released: July 19th, 2017




It is with regret that we announce the recent hospitalization of Associate Justice Vernon Marshall, a member of the San Andreas Supreme Court, following an unprovoked attack near the Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom in Los Santos. Associate Justice Marshall had just left the Court after completing his duties for the day when he was approached by an unidentified man. The man made small conversation with Associate Justice Marshall and then took this opportunity to kick the judge in the groin, causing the 75 year old to lose the support of his cane and fall to the ground. The impact from the fall broke the judge's hip, rendering him incapable of getting back to his feet.

Superior Court Presiding Justice Alice Evans was walking with Justice Marshall at the time of the attack. After the assailant attacked Justice Marshall, he fled on foot. Justice Evans called for assistance from law enforcement and paramedics. Staff from the Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department and the Los Santos Fire Department responded to the scene. Law enforcement took the report for further investigation while Justice Marshall was transported to All Saints General Hospital via emergency vehicle. He was admitted for extensive surgery to repair his broken hip. An intern for the District Attorney also came to assist as he was nearby at the time of the incident.

Justice Marshall has since recovered sufficiently to return to his duties. The motive for the attack is not currently known.




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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:53 pm

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


EMERGENCY COMMITMENT HEARING
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF AMY CAMPBELL TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas
Court Reporter: Intern Michael Sutherland, Office of the District Attorney, San Andreas Department of Justice
Bailiffs: Staff Sergeant Natalie Beaumont & Reserve Deputy Sheriff Sylvia Taylor, San Andreas Sheriff's Department

Hearing Location: Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom - Los Santos, San Andreas
Hearing Date: July 20th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C011

On July 20th, 2017, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department (Corporal Edward Redman et al) responded to a possible suicidal subject at the Emerald Isle in Las Venturas where the subject was threatening to jump to her death. Subject identified as AMY CAMPBELL. Los Santos Fire Department also responded to the scene. Amy Campbell was eventually taken into Sheriff's Department custody without further major incident.

The San Andreas Sheriff's Department asserts that Amy Campbell has, in addition to this suicide threat, been involved in two other suicide attempts/threats within recent weeks. The Sheriff's Department also asserts that Amy Campbell has been involved in multiple fake bomb threats against her ex-boyfriend in recent weeks, and has also committed a kidnapping/homicide, sending the photos of the crime to her ex-boyfriend via electronic means. These criminal acts reportedly resulted in arrest and prior conviction.

The San Andreas Sheriff's Department and Los Santos Fire Department transported Amy Campbell to the Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom to conduct an emergency commitment proceeding under the Mental Health Act of 2016. During the hearing, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department was represented by Corporal Edward Redman (SASD badge #2670, State Bar #146) as an involved deputy in the Emerald Isle incident and the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit was represented by Engineer Nina Silva (LSFD badge #003, State Bar #134). Presiding Justice Alice Evans ordered Amy Campbell restrained via handcuffs for Court safety through the hearing, though Amy Campbell remained silent and presented no physical threat.

The Sheriff's Department presented copies of a text message including photos of a 'suicide note' sent from Amy Campbell to her ex-boyfriend, which led deputies to the Emerald Isle situation to begin with. The Sheriff's Department provided further reports regarding Amy Campbell's prior suicide threats/attempts and criminal offenses.

The Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit (through Nina Silva) asserts that pending further evaluation, it is their belief that Amy Campbell is mentally unfit to remain with the general public. The San Andreas Sheriff's Department (through Corporal Edward Redman) agrees with this assessment from a peace officer standpoint.

Presiding Justice Alice Evans gave Amy Campbell an opportunity to state her side of the situation, but Amy Campbell shrugged and remained silent.

Presiding Justice Alice Evans defers to the professional opinion of the LSFD Psychology Unit and invokes the Mental Health Act of 2016 as follows.

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ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient AMY CAMPBELL is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 31st 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If AMY CAMPBELL escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by AMY CAMPBELL during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If AMY CAMPBELL satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case. As this was an emergency commitment conducted in haste, AMY CAMPBELL may obtain legal representation and appeal the order through the Superior Court's Civil Division if desired.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

Amy Campbell has since been transported by the San Andreas Sheriff's Department to the Crisis Center and turned over to LSFD.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 20TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


MODIFICATION OF COMMITMENT ORDER
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF AMY CAMPBELL TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Updated Order Date: July 22nd, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C011

On July 20th, 2017, patient AMY CAMPBELL was committed by the Superior Court of San Andreas, Civil Division (Presiding Justice Alice Evans) to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed in the Crisis Center, until 2359 hours July 31st 2017 or until she satisfactorily completes an evaluation & treatment program prescribed by the LSFD Psychology Unit. LSFD are authorized to use appropriate therapeutic/medical restraint methods to ensure her custody and safety of their staff, with law enforcement assistance if necessary.

On July 22nd, 2017, Presiding Justice Alice Evans received an update from Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit member Nina Silva, who reports that AMY CAMPBELL is thus far complying with custody & evaluation processes. As such, this Court is willing to update the commitment order as follows:

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ORIGINAL ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient AMY CAMPBELL is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 31st 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If AMY CAMPBELL escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by AMY CAMPBELL during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If AMY CAMPBELL satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case. As this was an emergency commitment conducted in haste, AMY CAMPBELL may obtain legal representation and appeal the order through the Superior Court's Civil Division if desired.


ORDER UPDATE 22/JUL/2017: As AMY CAMPBELL is reported to be complying above expectation with the required program, this Court now permits the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit to escort her outside of the Crisis Center for brief periods with sufficient security from law enforcement personnel or authorized Department of Justice security personnel. (For this order, 'security' shall refer to lethally armed on duty personnel from the Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the Department of Justice Department of Special Services or the San Andreas Department of Corrections. Those agencies are NOT required to conduct such security and it is only if they are willing to do so at the time with the approval of their duty supervisors, at the request of the Fire Department. The primary duties of those agencies come first, so if no such security is available, the escort shall not be conducted. At all times during such escort, a LSFD Psychology Unit representative must be present. Security staff from those agencies shall be armed with a departmental radio, a firearm, a vehicle authorized for suspect transport, less lethal options such as electronic control devices (Tasers), restraint tools such as handcuffs & leg irons and if they are not qualified to use those options, they shall not be part of the transport. They may also carry additional tools authorized for their individual duties by those agencies.) At all times during escort, AMY CAMPBELL shall be restrained sufficiently so as to prevent her escape from custody while also meeting the needs of her treatment program. If AMY CAMPBELL is escorted from the Crisis Center at any point, the LSFD is required to first ensure that sufficient security is present as per this order and to ensure that local law enforcement is advised of the location of the patient at all times. If AMY CAMPBELL becomes uncompliant with orders from LSFD or security during the escort process, or if security/LSFD needs to become unavailable, AMY CAMPBELL shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center. At no point shall she be left unescorted by sufficient security during transports outside of the Crisis Center, and at least TWO (2) armed security personnel shall be present at all times while she is out of the facility. Any such transport shall serve a legitimate medical purpose pursuant to her treatment plan and no such transport shall occur without the direct approval of the LSFD Psychology Unit or higher LSFD authority. AT ALL TIMES DURING SUCH TRANSPORTS, THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC SHALL TAKE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY, so if security personnel deem that the transport should end early for a public safety reason, it shall end early. The patient shall be searched before and after transport. At all times during transport, security and LSFD personnel are permitted to use appropriate levels of force to retain custody of the patient, to prevent escape and to provide for the safety of the public.

If, at any point, AMY CAMPBELL is escorted out of the Crisis Center, Los Santos Fire is required to submit a brief report to this Court regarding the date, time, reason, location, security and significant issues of the transport for Court records.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections, the San Andreas Department of Justice and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

Amy Campbell is currently within LSFD custody at the Crisis Center.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 22ND DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Mon Jul 24, 2017 3:47 am

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


EMERGENCY COMMITMENT HEARING
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF ZOE HUDSON TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas
Bailiffs: Sergeant James Adkins & Corporal Edward Redman, San Andreas Sheriff's Department
Representative for ZOE HUDSON: Frank Aiken (San Andreas State Bar #113) as Guardian ad Litem

Hearing Location: Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom - Los Santos, San Andreas
Hearing Date: July 23rd, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C012

On July 23rd, 2017, the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit (through Division Chief Jennifer Crawford) reported to the Superior Court (Presiding Justice Alice Evans) regarding a suicidal patient in the temporary four-hour hold of the Crisis Center. The patient was identified as ZOE HUDSON. Division Chief Crawford reported that this individual was throwing objects, screaming, attempting self-harm and commenting about wanting to end her life. Presiding Justice Evans observed part of a mental evaluation conducted by Division Chief Crawford, in which ZOE HUDSON attempted self-harm with a metal piece she had obtained. Division Chief Crawford asserts that it is the professional opinion of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit that ZOE HUDSON requires more than the four hour hold as a matter of personal safety and a matter of public safety.

The Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit petitions the Superior Court of San Andreas (Civil Division) to invoke the Mental Health Act of 2016 and authorize ZOE HUDSON's commitment to the Crisis Center.

An emergency hearing was later conducted at the Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom through Presiding Justice Alice Evans (Superior Court) in which Frank Aiken (State Bar #113) was appointed as Guardian ad Litem for the patient. After a review of the case, the Guardian ad Litem agreed with LSFD's initial assessment that ZOE HUDSON be placed in extended care for her safety and the safety of the public.

It was noted by the San Andreas Sheriff's Department (through Corporal Edward Redman) that ZOE HUDSON was formerly in a recruitment & training process for law enforcement and may pose a security risk in that regard.

Due to ZOE HUDSON's ongoing condition and repeated attempts at self-harm, her transport to Court for the hearing was not viable and she was instead represented by the Guardian ad Litem while remaining housed in the Crisis Center.

After hearing the assessment from LSFD, observing the behavior herself and consulting with the Guardian ad Litem, Presiding Justice Alice Evans defers to the professional opinion of the LSFD Psychology Unit and invokes the Mental Health Act of 2016 as follows.

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ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient ZOE HUDSON is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 26th 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If ZOE HUDSON escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by ZOE HUDSON during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If ZOE HUDSON satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 23RD DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Mon Jul 24, 2017 6:35 am

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


EMERGENCY COMMITMENT HEARING
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF LUCIELLA MORELLI TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Hearing Location: Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom - Los Santos, San Andreas
Hearing Date: July 24th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C013

On July 24th, 2017, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department (through Corporal Edward Redman) reports conducting a traffic stop on LUCIELLA MORELLI near the intersection of Market Street & Main Street in Los Santos, San Andreas. During the stop, LUCIELLA MORELLI stated intent to die and produced a screwdriver, proceeding to stab herself in the torso multiple times. She was secured and taken into custody, then transported to All Saints General Hospital for treatment of the self-inflicted wounds. Testimony from SASD (Corporal Redman) asserts that these injuries were severe enough, and caused enough blood loss, to see this as an actual suicide attempt rather than superficial.

The Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit was not immediately available for evaluation/treatment. The San Andreas Sheriff's Department petitions the Superior Court of San Andreas for emergency commitment to the Crisis Center pending evaluation & treatment pursuant to the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016.

An emergency hearing was conducted at the Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom through Presiding Justice Alice Evans (Superior Court), where LUCIELLA MORELLI was asked if she had ever had any other self-harm attempts. MORELLI admitted that in addition to this latest self-harm attempt, she had previously jumped from the Richmond Bridge. She has no current criminal history on file.

Due to the severity of this latest attempt, statements of intended death and an admitted history of self-harm attempts, Presiding Justice Alice Evans deems MORELLI unfit to remain with the general public until proper evaluation opportunities. The Superior Court defers to the professional opinion of the SASD and invokes the Mental Health Act of 2016 as follows. (When Presiding Justice Alice Evans advised MORELLI of the summary of this order, MORELLI stated that she did not want to be housed in the Crisis Center and proceeded to flee from the Courtroom on foot, exiting the building. Sheriff's Deputies pursued her and captured her near the Los Santos Fire Department's Fire Station near the Court building. No charges are being filed, and instead, it is being added as part of the psychiatry case for LSFD. She was transported to the Crisis Center following capture.)

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ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient LUCIELLA MORELLI is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 26th 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If LUCIELLA MORELLI escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by LUCIELLA MORELLI during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If LUCIELLA MORELLI satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

Due to her repeated statements protesting placement in the Crisis Center, as well as her physical attempt to escape from the placement at the Court, she is to be considered a flight risk.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.

Due to the haste in which this order was issued, it may be appealed through the Civil Division of the Superior Court with legal representation if desired.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 24TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Tue Jul 25, 2017 7:38 pm

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


CASE STATUS REVIEW
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF ZOE HUDSON TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Docket Type: Case Status Review
Date of Original Commitment Order: July 24th, 2017
Review Date: July 25th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C012

This case review is to check the status of the commitment of ZOE HUDSON to the custody of the Crisis Center of the Los Santos Fire Department pursuant to the Mental Health Act of 2016, and to determine if early release is a viable option. During review, an incident was brought to the attention of this Court by law enforcement as follows:

The San Andreas Sheriff's Department (through Corporal Edward Redman) asserts that on July 24th, 2017, Deputy Sheriff III Ted Williams (Badge: 14790) & Deputy Sheriff I Jasmine Fredrico (Badge: 18562) observed ZOE HUDSON near the Mulholland Parking Lot area of Los Santos, outside of the custody of LSFD in violation of her Court commitment to the Crisis Center. As soon as ZOE HUDSON saw the unit, she fled. As per the Court order, the deputies pursued and captured ZOE HUDSON through use of a Taser electronic control device under the Los Santos/Las Venturas Highway overpass. ZOE HUDSON was then returned to the custody of the Crisis Center. Deputies report that during transport, ZOE HUDSON attempted self-harm by trying to strike her head against the top of the patrol vehicle. Criminal charges have not been pressed.

Due to ZOE HUDSON's escape from LSFD custody, the attempt to flee from law enforcement and further attempts at self-harm after capture, Presiding Justice Alice Evans finds that early release is not a viable option at this stage. Presiding Justice Alice Evans maintains the original commitment and reaffirms ZOE HUDSON's placement order. However, the duration of commitment remains the same as the original order and is not extended.

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ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient ZOE HUDSON is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 26th 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If ZOE HUDSON escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by ZOE HUDSON during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If ZOE HUDSON satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 25TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:32 pm

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


CASE STATUS REVIEW
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF ZOE HUDSON TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Docket Type: Case Status Review
Date of Original Commitment Order: July 24th, 2017
Review Date: July 26th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C012

This case review is to check the status of the commitment of ZOE HUDSON to the custody of the Crisis Center of the Los Santos Fire Department pursuant to the Mental Health Act of 2016, and to determine if early release is a viable option. During review, an incident was brought to the attention of this Court by law enforcement as follows:

The Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit (through Division Chief Jennifer Crawford) asserts that on July 25th, 2017, ZOE HUDSON attempted to escape through an unlocked door and was returned to custody.

The Psychology Unit states that they have been unable to complete a full evaluation or establish a treatment plan yet. They request a brief extension to allow for evaluation and do not recommend early release.

Due to ZOE HUDSON's attempts to escape from LSFD custody as well as the fact that no evaluation has been able to be completed yet, Presiding Justice Alice Evans finds that early release is not a viable option at this stage and determines that a brief extension is appropriate. Presiding Justice Alice Evans maintains the original commitment and reaffirms ZOE HUDSON's placement order, extending the duration until 2359 hours July 27th 2017.

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UPDATED ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient ZOE HUDSON is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 27th 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If ZOE HUDSON escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by ZOE HUDSON during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If ZOE HUDSON satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.


__________________

IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 26TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


CASE STATUS REVIEW
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF AMY CAMPBELL TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Docket Type: Case Status Review
Date of Original Commitment Order: July 20th, 2017
Review Date: July 26th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C011

This case review is to check the status of the commitment of AMY CAMPBELL to the custody of the Crisis Center of the Los Santos Fire Department pursuant to the Mental Health Act of 2016, and to determine if early release is a viable option. During review, the following information was brought forth by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department through Division Chief Jennifer Crawford:

The Los Santos Fire Department asserts that on July 25th, 2017, LUCIELLA MORELLI (another patient committed to the Crisis Center) and AMY CAMPBELL worked together to 'overrun' Division Chief Jennifer Crawford in an attempt to take her keys and escape. It was reported that the escape attempt was thwarted later. No criminal charges were pressed and it is instead being treated as part of the psychiatry case.

The Los Santos Fire Department reports that an evaluation has been completed with a corresponding diagnosis, as well as the initiation of ongoing treatment with visible results.

The Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit asserts that on July 24th, 2017, AMY CAMPBELL was taken on a successful transport outside of the facility with an armed escort. No major incident occurred from that transport and the transport assisted in diagnosis.

The Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit (through Division Chief Jennifer Crawford) recommends that the original order be maintained without extension. They are not recommending early release at this time.

Due to AMY CAMPBELL's actions while in LSFD custody and with the recommendation of the LSFD Psychology Unit, Presiding Justice Alice Evans finds that early release is not a viable option at this stage. Presiding Justice Alice Evans maintains the original commitment and reaffirms AMY CAMPBELL's original placement order.

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ORIGINAL ORDER 20/JUL/2017: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient AMY CAMPBELL is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 31st 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If AMY CAMPBELL escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by AMY CAMPBELL during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If AMY CAMPBELL satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case. As this was an emergency commitment conducted in haste, AMY CAMPBELL may obtain legal representation and appeal the order through the Superior Court's Civil Division if desired.


ORDER UPDATE 22/JUL/2017: As AMY CAMPBELL is reported to be complying above expectation with the required program, this Court now permits the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit to escort her outside of the Crisis Center for brief periods with sufficient security from law enforcement personnel or authorized Department of Justice security personnel. (For this order, 'security' shall refer to lethally armed on duty personnel from the Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the Department of Justice Department of Special Services or the San Andreas Department of Corrections. Those agencies are NOT required to conduct such security and it is only if they are willing to do so at the time with the approval of their duty supervisors, at the request of the Fire Department. The primary duties of those agencies come first, so if no such security is available, the escort shall not be conducted. At all times during such escort, a LSFD Psychology Unit representative must be present. Security staff from those agencies shall be armed with a departmental radio, a firearm, a vehicle authorized for suspect transport, less lethal options such as electronic control devices (Tasers), restraint tools such as handcuffs & leg irons and if they are not qualified to use those options, they shall not be part of the transport. They may also carry additional tools authorized for their individual duties by those agencies.) At all times during escort, AMY CAMPBELL shall be restrained sufficiently so as to prevent her escape from custody while also meeting the needs of her treatment program. If AMY CAMPBELL is escorted from the Crisis Center at any point, the LSFD is required to first ensure that sufficient security is present as per this order and to ensure that local law enforcement is advised of the location of the patient at all times. If AMY CAMPBELL becomes uncompliant with orders from LSFD or security during the escort process, or if security/LSFD needs to become unavailable, AMY CAMPBELL shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center. At no point shall she be left unescorted by sufficient security during transports outside of the Crisis Center, and at least TWO (2) armed security personnel shall be present at all times while she is out of the facility. Any such transport shall serve a legitimate medical purpose pursuant to her treatment plan and no such transport shall occur without the direct approval of the LSFD Psychology Unit or higher LSFD authority. AT ALL TIMES DURING SUCH TRANSPORTS, THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC SHALL TAKE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY, so if security personnel deem that the transport should end early for a public safety reason, it shall end early. The patient shall be searched before and after transport. At all times during transport, security and LSFD personnel are permitted to use appropriate levels of force to retain custody of the patient, to prevent escape and to provide for the safety of the public.

If, at any point, AMY CAMPBELL is escorted out of the Crisis Center, Los Santos Fire is required to submit a brief report to this Court regarding the date, time, reason, location, security and significant issues of the transport for Court records.


__________________

IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 26TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


CASE STATUS REVIEW
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF LUCIELLA MORELLI TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Docket Type: Case Status Review
Date of Original Commitment Order: July 24th, 2017
Review Date: July 26th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C013

This case review is to check the status of the commitment of LUCIELLA MORELLI to the custody of the Crisis Center of the Los Santos Fire Department pursuant to the Mental Health Act of 2016, and to determine if early release is a viable option. During review, the following information was brought forth by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department through Division Chief Jennifer Crawford:

The Los Santos Fire Department asserts that on July 25th, 2017, LUCIELLA MORELLI and AMY CAMPBELL (another patient committed to the Crisis Center) worked together to 'overrun' Division Chief Jennifer Crawford in an attempt to take her keys and escape. It was reported that the escape attempt was thwarted later. No criminal charges were pressed and it is instead being treated as part of the psychiatry case.

The Los Santos Fire Department reports that an evaluation has been completed with a corresponding diagnosis, as well as the initiation of ongoing treatment with visible results.

The Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit (through Division Chief Jennifer Crawford) recommends extension of the commitment, while allowing LUCIELLA MORELLI the opportunity to be transported outside of the facility with sufficient security presence. The Psychology Unit specifically recommends against issuing early release at the time of this review.

Due to LUCIELLA MORELLI's actions while in LSFD custody and with the recommendation of the LSFD Psychology Unit, Presiding Justice Alice Evans finds that early release is not a viable option at this stage. Presiding Justice Alice Evans maintains the original commitment and reaffirms LUCIELLA MORELLI's original placement order. With the recommendation of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, Presiding Justice Alice Evans extends the commitment until 2359 hours July 31st 2017. Further, Presiding Justice Alice Evans authorizes transport outside of the facility with a sufficient armed security presence as follows. (( Luciella Morelli has also requested that her time be extended, by asking LSFD and asking the judge. ))

__________________

ORIGINAL ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient ZOE HUDSON is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 26th 2017 2359 hours (EXTENDED UNTIL 2359 HOURS 31/JUL/2017 - SEE UPDATED ORDER BELOW). LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If ZOE HUDSON escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by ZOE HUDSON during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If ZOE HUDSON satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.


ORDER EXTENSION & UPDATE: Due to LUCIELLA MORELLI's reported treatment status as well as her behavior while in custody, the commitment order is extended until 2359 hours July 31st 2017. With LSFD's recommendation, this Court now permits the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit to escort LUCIELLA MORELLI outside of the Crisis Center for brief periods with sufficient security from law enforcement personnel or authorized Department of Justice security personnel. (For this order, 'security' shall refer to lethally armed on duty personnel from the Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the Department of Justice Department of Special Services or the San Andreas Department of Corrections. Those agencies are NOT required to conduct such security and it is only if they are willing to do so at the time with the approval of their duty supervisors, at the request of the Fire Department. The primary duties of those agencies come first, so if no such security is available, the escort shall not be conducted. At all times during such escort, a LSFD Psychology Unit representative must be present. Security staff from those agencies shall be armed with a departmental radio, a firearm, a vehicle authorized for suspect transport, less lethal options such as electronic control devices (Tasers), restraint tools such as handcuffs & leg irons and if they are not qualified to use those options, they shall not be part of the transport. They may also carry additional tools authorized for their individual duties by those agencies.) At all times during escort, LUCIELLA MORELLI shall be restrained sufficiently so as to prevent her escape from custody while also meeting the needs of her treatment program. If LUCIELLA MORELLI is escorted from the Crisis Center at any point, the LSFD is required to first ensure that sufficient security is present as per this order and to ensure that local law enforcement is advised of the location of the patient at all times. If LUCIELLA MORELLI becomes uncompliant with orders from LSFD or security during the escort process, or if security/LSFD needs to become unavailable, LUCIELLA MORELLI shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center. At no point shall she be left unescorted by sufficient security during transports outside of the Crisis Center, and at least TWO (2) armed security personnel shall be present at all times while she is out of the facility. Any such transport shall serve a legitimate medical purpose pursuant to her treatment plan and no such transport shall occur without the direct approval of the LSFD Psychology Unit or higher LSFD authority. AT ALL TIMES DURING SUCH TRANSPORTS, THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC SHALL TAKE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY, so if security personnel deem that the transport should end early for a public safety reason, it shall end early. The patient shall be searched before and after transport. At all times during transport, security and LSFD personnel are permitted to use appropriate levels of force to retain custody of the patient, to prevent escape and to provide for the safety of the public.

If, at any point, LUCIELLA MORELLI is escorted out of the Crisis Center, Los Santos Fire is required to submit a brief report to this Court regarding the date, time, reason, location, security and significant issues of the transport for Court records.


__________________

IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 26TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Post by MoralesLSRP » Thu Jul 27, 2017 6:24 pm

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


EMERGENCY COMMITMENT HEARING
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF SOPHIE MITCHELL TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Hearing Location: Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom - Los Santos, San Andreas
Hearing Date: July 27th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C014

On July 27th, 2017, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department (through Commander Darragh McLenaghan) reported to the Superior Court regarding a female (SOPHIE MITCHELL) who had made suicidal threats involving a vehicle. The SASD states that SOPHIE MITCHELL was threatening to drive her vehicle into the water and drown herself. The SASD states that SOPHIE MITCHELL claimed to have been involved in a prior traffic collision in which she stated that she killed someone on accident, though investigation by the SASD showed no evidence of such a crash other than the damaged condition of SOPHIE MITCHELL's vehicle. The actuality of such collision is questionable due to lack of evidence or supporting reports. It was also noted that SOPHIE MITCHELL was not in possession of a valid driver's license at the time.

An emergency hearing was later conducted at the Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom through Presiding Justice Alice Evans (Superior Court).

Presiding Justice Alice Evans asked SOPHIE MITCHELL if she had any history of mental health issues or had received any previous mental health evaluation, to which SOPHIE MITCHELL replied that she had not. When Presiding Justice Alice Evans asked SOPHIE MITCHELL if she had any thoughts of harming herself or others, SOPHIE MITCHELL replied, "Probably not."

The San Andreas Sheriff's Department (through Commander Darragh McLenaghan) petitions the Superior Court of San Andreas (Civil Division) to invoke the Mental Health Act of 2016 and authorize SOPHIE MITCHELL's commitment to the Crisis Center.

A background check reveals that SOPHIE MITCHELL has prior criminal convictions involving trespassing on San Andreas Correctional Facility grounds and vandalizing San Andreas Department of Corrections property, as well as impersonating a law enforcement officer and detaining individuals under the guise of a law enforcement official.

Presiding Justice Alice Evans attempted to contact the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit for evaluation but none were available. Presiding Justice Alice Evans defers to the professional opinion of the SASD and invokes the Mental Health Act of 2016 as follows, so that a proper evaluation can be conducted and treatment can be initiated if necessary. (Upon issuing the order, SOPHIE MITCHELL attempted to run from the Courtroom in handcuffs and was detained outside of the Court building.)

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ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient SOPHIE MITCHELL is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until July 28th 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If SOPHIE MITCHELL escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by SOPHIE MITCHELL during this time may be processed through the Penal Code.

If SOPHIE MITCHELL satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient was transported to the Crisis Center after the hearing.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 27TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:06 am

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


CASE STATUS REVIEW - INDEFINITE COMMITMENT
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF LUCIELLA MORELLI TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Docket Type: Case Status Review - Indefinite Commitment
Date of Original Commitment Order: July 24th, 2017
Review Date: July 30th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C013

This case review is to check the status of the commitment of LUCIELLA MORELLI to the custody of the Crisis Center of the Los Santos Fire Department pursuant to the Mental Health Act of 2016, and to determine if early release is a viable option.

The San Andreas Sheriff's Department and the Los Santos Fire Department have jointly reported numerous escape attempts, involvement in collusion with another patient towards the end of escaping and physical attempts to overpower staff.

Due to LUCIELLA MORELLI's actions while in LSFD custody and with the recommendation of the LSFD Psychology Unit, Presiding Justice Alice Evans finds that early release is not a viable option at this stage. Presiding Justice Alice Evans maintains the original commitment and reaffirms LUCIELLA MORELLI's original placement order. Presiding Justice Alice Evans hereby initiates an INDEFINITE commitment order. Further, Presiding Justice Alice Evans authorizes transport outside of the facility with a sufficient armed security presence as follows. (( Luciella Morelli has also requested that her time be extended indefinitely, by asking LSFD and asking the judge. ))

__________________

SUMMARY OF ORIGINAL ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient LUCIELLA MORELLI is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until further notice from this Court (EXTENDED INDEFINITELY - SEE UPDATED ORDER BELOW). LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If LUCIELLA MORELLI escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by LUCIELLA MORELLI during this time may be processed through the Penal Code. If she is housed in a county jail or Correctional Facility for a crime, she shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center upon release from that sentence.

If LUCIELLA MORELLI satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may REQUEST her early release from custody.


ORDER EXTENSION & UPDATE 30/JUL/2017: Due to LUCIELLA MORELLI's reported treatment status as well as her behavior while in custody, the commitment order is extended INDEFINITELY. With LSFD's recommendation, this Court permits the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit to escort LUCIELLA MORELLI outside of the Crisis Center for brief periods with sufficient security from law enforcement personnel or authorized Department of Justice security personnel. (For this order, 'security' shall refer to lethally armed on duty personnel from the Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the Department of Justice Department of Special Services or the San Andreas Department of Corrections. Those agencies are NOT required to conduct such security and it is only if they are willing to do so at the time with the approval of their duty supervisors, at the request of the Fire Department. The primary duties of those agencies come first, so if no such security is available, the escort shall not be conducted. At all times during such escort, a LSFD Psychology Unit representative must be present. Security staff from those agencies shall be armed with a departmental radio, a firearm, a vehicle authorized for suspect transport, less lethal options such as electronic control devices (Tasers), restraint tools such as handcuffs & leg irons and if they are not qualified to use those options, they shall not be part of the transport. They may also carry additional tools authorized for their individual duties by those agencies.) At all times during escort, LUCIELLA MORELLI shall be restrained sufficiently so as to prevent her escape from custody while also meeting the needs of her treatment program. If LUCIELLA MORELLI is escorted from the Crisis Center at any point, the LSFD is required to first ensure that sufficient security is present as per this order and to ensure that local law enforcement is advised of the location of the patient at all times. If LUCIELLA MORELLI becomes uncompliant with orders from LSFD or security during the escort process, or if security/LSFD needs to become unavailable, LUCIELLA MORELLI shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center. At no point shall she be left unescorted by sufficient security during transports outside of the Crisis Center, and at least TWO (2) armed security personnel shall be present at all times while she is out of the facility. Any such transport shall serve a legitimate medical purpose pursuant to her treatment plan and no such transport shall occur without the direct approval of the LSFD Psychology Unit or higher LSFD authority. AT ALL TIMES DURING SUCH TRANSPORTS, THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC SHALL TAKE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY, so if security personnel deem that the transport should end early for a public safety reason, it shall end early. The patient shall be searched before and after transport. At all times during transport, security and LSFD personnel are permitted to use appropriate levels of force to retain custody of the patient, to prevent escape and to provide for the safety of the public.

If, at any point, LUCIELLA MORELLI is escorted out of the Crisis Center, Los Santos Fire is required to submit a brief report to this Court regarding the date, time, reason, location, security and significant issues of the transport for Court records.


__________________

IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 30TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.
(( Extended indefinitely by the patient's own request. ))

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Post by MoralesLSRP » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:22 am

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Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:21 am
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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


CASE STATUS REVIEW - INDEFINITE COMMITMENT
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF AMY CAMPBELL TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Docket Type: Case Status Review - Indefinite Commitment
Date of Original Commitment Order: July 20th, 2017
Review Date: July 30th, 2017





Original Petition: Docket 17-C011

This case review is to check the status of the commitment of AMY CAMPBELL to the custody of the Crisis Center of the Los Santos Fire Department pursuant to the Mental Health Act of 2016, and to determine if early release is a viable option.

The San Andreas Sheriff's Department and the Los Santos Fire Department have jointly reported numerous escape attempts, involvement in collusion with another patient towards the end of escaping and physical attempts to overpower staff. In addition, both agencies have reported a plethora of violent behaviors from this individual. At one point, she even attempted to lock a deputy and a LSFD Psychology Unit member in a padded cell and had to be secured at gunpoint. Recently, she reportedly threatened to 'cut' a deputy 'open' and has displayed continued homicidal tendencies.

AMY CAMPBELL has proven herself to be a clear and immediate danger to public safety and her own safety.

Due to AMY CAMPBELL's actions while in LSFD custody and with the recommendation of the LSFD Psychology Unit, Presiding Justice Alice Evans finds that early release is not a viable option at this stage. Presiding Justice Alice Evans maintains the original commitment and reaffirms AMY CAMPBELL's original placement order. Presiding Justice Alice Evans hereby initiates an INDEFINITE commitment order. Further, Presiding Justice Alice Evans authorizes transport outside of the facility with a sufficient armed security presence as follows. (( Amy Campbell has also requested that her time be extended indefinitely during discussion with the judge. ))

__________________

SUMMARY OF ORIGINAL ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient AMY CAMPBELL is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until further notice from this Court (EXTENDED INDEFINITELY - SEE UPDATED ORDER BELOW). LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If AMY CAMPBELL escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by AMY CAMPBELL during this time may be processed through the Penal Code. If she is housed in a county jail or Correctional Facility for a crime, she shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center upon release from that sentence.

If AMY CAMPBELL satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may REQUEST her early release from custody.


ORDER EXTENSION & UPDATE 30/JUL/2017: Due to AMY CAMPBELL's reported treatment status as well as her behavior while in custody, the commitment order is extended INDEFINITELY. With LSFD's recommendation, this Court permits the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit to escort AMY CAMPBELL outside of the Crisis Center for brief periods with sufficient security from law enforcement personnel or authorized Department of Justice security personnel. (For this order, 'security' shall refer to lethally armed on duty personnel from the Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the Department of Justice Department of Special Services or the San Andreas Department of Corrections. Those agencies are NOT required to conduct such security and it is only if they are willing to do so at the time with the approval of their duty supervisors, at the request of the Fire Department. The primary duties of those agencies come first, so if no such security is available, the escort shall not be conducted. At all times during such escort, a LSFD Psychology Unit representative must be present. Security staff from those agencies shall be armed with a departmental radio, a firearm, a vehicle authorized for suspect transport, less lethal options such as electronic control devices (Tasers), restraint tools such as handcuffs & leg irons and if they are not qualified to use those options, they shall not be part of the transport. They may also carry additional tools authorized for their individual duties by those agencies.) At all times during escort, AMY CAMPBELL shall be restrained sufficiently so as to prevent her escape from custody while also meeting the needs of her treatment program. If AMY CAMPBELL is escorted from the Crisis Center at any point, the LSFD is required to first ensure that sufficient security is present as per this order and to ensure that local law enforcement is advised of the location of the patient at all times. If AMY CAMPBELL becomes uncompliant with orders from LSFD or security during the escort process, or if security/LSFD needs to become unavailable, AMY CAMPBELL shall immediately be returned to the Crisis Center. At no point shall she be left unescorted by sufficient security during transports outside of the Crisis Center, and at least TWO (2) armed security personnel shall be present at all times while she is out of the facility. Any such transport shall serve a legitimate medical purpose pursuant to her treatment plan and no such transport shall occur without the direct approval of the LSFD Psychology Unit or higher LSFD authority. AT ALL TIMES DURING SUCH TRANSPORTS, THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC SHALL TAKE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY, so if security personnel deem that the transport should end early for a public safety reason, it shall end early. The patient shall be searched before and after transport. At all times during transport, security and LSFD personnel are permitted to use appropriate levels of force to retain custody of the patient, to prevent escape and to provide for the safety of the public.

If, at any point, AMY CAMPBELL is escorted out of the Crisis Center, Los Santos Fire is required to submit a brief report to this Court regarding the date, time, reason, location, security and significant issues of the transport for Court records.


__________________

IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 30TH DAY OF JULY, 2017.
(( Extended indefinitely by the patient's own request. ))

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Re: San Andreas Department of Justice

Post by MoralesLSRP » Mon Jul 31, 2017 9:38 pm

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS
CIVIL DIVISION


IN THE MATTER OF


EMERGENCY COMMITMENT HEARING
INVOCATION OF MENTAL HEALTH ACT OF 2016
COMMITMENT OF LEAH ORTIZ TO CUSTODY OF LOS SANTOS FIRE DEPARTMENT PSYCHOLOGY UNIT (CRISIS CENTER)


Judge: Presiding Justice Alice Evans, Superior Court of San Andreas

Hearing Location: Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom - Los Santos, San Andreas
Hearing Date: July 31st, 2017

Bailiffs: Corporal Katie Clark, Deputy Sheriff III Joshua Eversmann
Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit Representatives: Engineer Nina Silva with partner Firefighter I Audrey Rhodes





Original Petition: Docket 17-C016

On July 31st, 2017, the Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit (through Engineer Nina Silva) reports that LEAH ORTIZ made a suicidal threat, then jumped off a bridge resulting in hospitalization. She then ran from the hospital and jumped from another bridge, causing more injuries. She was detained by San Andreas Sheriff's Department and Los Santos Fire Department personnel. It was reported that she had stated her issues may be related to her time in the United States military.

An emergency hearing was conducted at the Antonin Scalia Memorial Courtroom through Presiding Justice Alice Evans (Superior Court). During the hearing, LEAH ORTIZ became disruptive multiple times and began shouting over testimony from LSFD staff. She then attempted to flee through the Court, leading the involved deputies on a small chase through the main Courtroom. She was given three chances to behave by Justice Evans and still created disruptions, so Justice Evans ordered her removed from the Courtroom by deputies and the hearing continued without her.

Due to LEAH ORTIZ's repeated incidents of jumping off bridges, her behavior in Court and her threat of self-harm, Presiding Justice Alice Evans deems LEAH ORTIZ unfit to remain with the general public until proper evaluation opportunities. This is supported by Los Santos Fire Department Psychology Unit personnel (through Engineer Nina Silva). The Superior Court defers to the professional opinion of the LSFD and invokes the Mental Health Act of 2016 as follows. (Originally, the order was a three day commitment pending evaluation. However, after the order was issued, LEAH ORTIZ was being escorted back through the Courtroom and spit towards Justice Evans, though no charge is being applied for that. Instead, it resulted in the order being extended to FIVE days and it is being added to the psychology casefile. She also stated that she would have 'friends' come help her escape from custody using firearms.)

Following the order, it was reported that she became extremely disruptive at the Crisis Center, threatening to light the building on fire and damaging property.

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ORDER: Under the provisions of the Mental Health Act of 2016, patient LEAH ORTIZ is hereby ordered and remanded to the custody of the Los Santos Fire Department's Psychology Unit, to be housed at the Crisis Center, until August 5th 2017 2359 hours. LSFD may use appropriate restraint methods to facilitate detention. If LEAH ORTIZ escapes from the custody of the LSFD, law enforcement are ordered to locate and recover her using appropriate force needed. Upon recovery, she is to be returned to LSFD custody. Any crime committed by LEAH ORTIZ during this time may be processed through the Penal Code. (If placed in county jail or the San Andreas Correctional Facility for a criminal sentence during this time, she is to be immediately returned to the Crisis Center following her release on those charges.)

If LEAH ORTIZ satisfactorily completes a mental health evaluation and prescribed treatment issued by the Psychology Unit of the Los Santos Fire Department, then the Fire Department's Psychology Unit may allow her early release from custody. If such early release is granted, the Psychology Unit is ordered to immediately notify this Court so appropriate order modifications and release documentation can be created.

No criminal charges are filed from this case at this time.

Due to the haste in which this order was issued, it may be appealed through the Civil Division of the Superior Court with legal representation if desired.


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IT IS SO ORDERED. The Los Santos Police Department, the San Andreas Sheriff's Department, the San Andreas Department of Corrections and the Los Santos Fire Department have been notified of the conditions of this order.

The patient is already housed within the Crisis Center at the time of this order.

Signed,

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Alice Evans
Presiding Justice
Superior Court of San Andreas

DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF LOS SANTOS, IN THE STATE OF SAN ANDREAS, ON THIS 31ST DAY OF JULY, 2017.

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